Mason Greenwood ‘is set to be offered a six-month loan from Besiktas’ after his Manchester United axe – with Turkish giants ‘keen to gauge public feeling before offering longer terms if move is successful’
Mason Greenwood ‘will receive a six-month loan from Besiktas’ after his Manchester United ax – with Turkish giants ‘wanting to gauge public sentiment before offering longer terms if the move is successful’
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Besiktas is reportedly ready to offer Mason Greenwood a chance to restart his career with the Turkish club who are expected to make a loan offer to Manchester United for the striker.
Man United announced earlier this month that Greenwood will leave the club after completing an internal investigation into the striker.
The 21-year-old, who was arrested in January 2022 on suspicion of a number of offenses including attempted rape, will no longer play for the club and is likely to leave on loan or see his contract expire.
The Crown Prosecution Service subsequently dropped the charges in February this year after key witnesses withdrew and new material came to light.
United concluded after their own investigation that Greenwood had not committed the offenses he was accused of, but decided it would be best for everyone if his future lay outside Old Trafford.
Besiktas is reportedly ready to offer Mason Greenwood a chance to restart his career
The Turkish club is said to be trying to gauge public sentiment during an initial loan period
Greenwood left court in Manchester last November after being charged with attempted rape, actual bodily harm and coercive conduct – the case against him was dropped in February this year
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The club announced that it would help Greenwood take a step towards furthering his career.
Besiktas is now planning a plan to sign the 21-year-old on loan, the paper said. I newspaper.
The Turkish Super Lig club are reportedly interested in an initial six-month loan deal for Greenwood, which would gauge public sentiment around the striker.
Should the move prove successful and Greenwood is welcomed by supporters, Besiktas would be willing to discuss a long-term move.
Mailsport had reported earlier this month that Besiktas were among the clubs that had expressed interest in signing Greenwood.
Man United have until the transfer deadline on Friday to secure Greenwood a move to Europe unless they cancel his contract by mutual consent before the end of the period, which would make him a free agent.
Greenwood has two years left on his Man United contract.
Man United said they would help Greenwood find a new club if they confirmed he will leave
Saudi Arabian clubs were seen as an option as their transfer window was still three weeks away.
Clubs in the Saudi Pro League have reportedly turned down the acquisition of the 21-year-old striker amid claims football chiefs are concerned about the potential baggage he could bring.
Steven Gerrard publicly claimed that he does not want to sign him for Al-Ettifaq, the Saudi Pro League club. The Liverpool legend said reports of a move from his new club to Greenwood were ‘fake news’.
The situation comes as major clubs in Italy also turned their backs on the signing of the former Premier League star.